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Noun
A person's costume, outfit, or style of dress
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“Officers and sailors who normally wear winter rig came to work in jeans, brightly coloured shirts and for some, riding boots.”
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A device or piece of equipment designed for a particular purpose
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“The second rig is a paternoster which can be used with dead or live baits.”
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A carriage for carrying passengers, typically horse-drawn
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A rig, consisting of platform and machinery, used to drill for oil and other petroleum products like natural gas
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Oil platform
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A malicious trick, an act of cruel deception
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Tobacco or other substances, in a thin roll wrapped with paper, intended to be smoked
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A tractor-trailer with eighteen wheels, normally with two steerable wheels on the first axle and four wheels on two fixed axles of the tractor and two fixed four-wheel axles on the rear of the trailer
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A motor vehicle for transporting goods
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An item of luggage
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A cunning act or scheme intended to deceive or outwit someone
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Two or more animals, especially horses, in harness together to pull a vehicle
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To provide (a sailing boat) with sails and rigging
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“Mel had pointed the boat into the wind so that Al and Abe could show us how to rig her properly.”
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Arrange for certain outcome
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“What Davis described in his speech, a nationwide drive to overturn elections and rig the political system, is a deadly serious matter.”
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To dress or clothe in some costume
“The man, upon seeing a knight rigged out in full armor sticking a lance in his face, fears for his life.”
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To set up (equipment or a device or structure), typically in a makeshift or hasty way
“Until now, if your boat didn't have hot water the next best solution was to rig up a sun shower or heat up a pot on the stove.”
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To manipulate (a situation), typically in a way that is unfair or unscrupulous
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To equip something with machinery
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Nobble or affect
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To contrive of (something) using skill or ingenuity
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To make use of
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To bias (the odds) towards a particular outcome
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To produce or bring about
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